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Mar 9, 2012 9:00pm CST
told us smoke stairwells and hallways. no word on because of the fire. northwest indiana man charged hit and run accident killed lake county correctional officer injuring three others. crown point more on the man accused. >> suspect identified crown point custody tonight it turned to itself on wednesday alongside attorney >> for 42 year-old facing felony hit and run charges investigators pursuing more serious charges including homicide. >> very emotional 72 hours with the department. results charges filed today >> lake county sheriff says additional charges like be filed once more evidence is collected including toxicology report. tuesday night 25 year- old britney meux lake county correctional officer killed while jogging. the other three convicts seriously injured but expected to recover registered to father signed in the presence of attorney searching the pierron should am not sure says suspect surrendered alongside attorney did not take any statement prior record owi 2009 and several speeding charges family members disappointed has not been charged with a more serious crime
Mar 10, 2012 6:00pm EST
across five states. in indiana, members of the indianapolis colts join to help clean up and giving people in the battered area hope for their community. >> that hope, you know, this is tragic and there is still hope, you know, we have friends and folks like the salvation army and the other agencies that will help you through this. >> and as people continue to pick up the pieces, they will get help from the president. yesterday, president obama approved federal aid for counties affected by the tornados in kentucky and in indiana. >>> and it's hard to believe it was two weeks ago the tornados happened in yes. >> and nice to see the sports figures. >> speaking of weather, we have had the roll coaster weather. warm one day and cold the next and want it to stay even and when is that going it to happen? >> demanding. >> i know. >> and that is on a saturday. >> if you're like today, and we're not going to stick with that. are you okay if we don't stay even? >> don't nose dive. >> you know what? i don't call the shots. the lady called mother nature does and we'll have to see what she's going to s
Mar 10, 2012 3:30pm EST
of history at indiana university and he's currently conducting research for a biography on paul v. mcnutt. and paul charles marozzo is here as well, he's associate professor of history at ohio university and the author of "unlikely environmental congress and clean water" 1945 to 1972. he received his ph.d. from the university of virginia and fittingly was a fellow at the miller center for a year, one of our co-sponsors here. and his current research and teaching interest include 20th century history, u.s. history, politics and policy, the environment, american intellectual history and history with an emphasis on conservative thought, so it's an excellent panel, and looking forward to what they all have to say. >> thank you, mindy, and good afternoon, everybody. thank you for coming. and my thanks to everybody who has made this occasion possible, not least of all but also to this library and its formidable director and staff and to the miller center. it's to all of them we are most grateful. when i met a colleague yesterday for the first time and he asked what i'm speaking about, and i
Mar 10, 2012 6:30am PST
have indiana telepenova. >> a recipe for water. start with the color magenta, a burning asphalt, of beach ball sighing out its life, a garden grown on accident after accident, add a father painting shelves on the cove, a pinch of guilt, statues of isabella butter flisse -- butterflies, and extinct alpha betts, a teaspoon of autumn leaves, a shepard playing with the winds, some animal begging for snow. mix vigorously like the mountain mixes up its slopes. preheat the bed of a star to -- 240 light-years away. thank you. and next is -- [cheers and applause]
Mar 10, 2012 3:00am PST
, one more. this is la port county jail in la port, indiana. la port county jail is losing prisoners. one prisoner identified him himself as another prisoner. having thus tricked a corrections officer, he was accidentally set free. a couple weeks after that another prisoner was allowed to walk out of the la port county jail because he had the same last name as the guy who actually had served his time and was supposed to get out. and this week the south bend tribune reports a third person was erroneously mistakenly released from jail. the mistake wasn't even caught until police turned up at the prison to pick up this guy only to be told the guy was missing. missing from prison? the first two prisoners who were accidentally released were found immediately. but the third guy, still out there. prison officials blame mistakes on overcrowding. but unless these prisoners were literally like squeezed out of the jail like lime juice from a lime wedge, i'm not sure this overcrowding business is a very good excuse for losing prisoners. oddly compelling and creepy crimes can make for good creepy
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Mar 10, 2012 12:00am PST
. >> not a lot of people know this, but you were a two time congressman before the state of indiana before you ended come but did i world. why did you get out? >> too many changes. private life and make dumb jokes on kim car dashian. >> by you, you are changing the world, not for the better. >> congress gone mild to a girl gone wild. >> and colleges leading partying over by playing by leaving to cancun before they advanced to the division three tournament. chose spring break over carlin. they have removed her name from the roster. we're not letting it be distraction. they lost friday night. at least one student athlete that is able to party at the same damn time. ♪ [ laughter ] >> it gets it done. get some sleep little guy. >> party all night. >> the coach here. he didn't find out that carlin decided to blow off the tournament until after the fact. >> i hate teenagers. wait, [ bleep ]. >> i don't think it's the best thing to do but what i should have done, they should have combined her spring break with the basketball game. just have them doing shots. it would have been entertaining for us t
Mar 10, 2012 6:30pm EST
the press." >>> one week ago tonight, we were on the ground in henryvi e henryville, indiana, and west liberty, kentucky, was suffered widespread destruction. tonight, there's news from both hard-hit cities in west liberty we're getting our first look at what might be the most dramatic video yet of the twisters ripping off a roof like a tin can. an incredible look at its sheer power. >>> in henryville, teachers returned to the decimated school where they rode out the storm and they were unharmed. students will attend classes at schools in nearby cities for the rest of the school year. >>> we turn to hawaii now which has been far from a vacation paradise this week. as record breaking storms sweep across the island chain. first, the good news. there are no reports of any deaths or injuries. but tonight, the damage is so widespread, hawaii's governor has declared a state of emergency. we get the latest now from nbc's mike taibbi. >> reporter: the hailstorm that peppered oahu is something that the locals say they have never seen. >> it came down from the heavens. it was big. at least the s
Mar 10, 2012 7:00am PST
declaration in indiana as several communities continue to clean up from the deadly storms. henriville was hardest hit and yesterday players from the indianapolis colts pitched in to clean the debris. >> given our community a great deal of hope, and they're trying to get everything ready for new building and get it in as fast as possible. >> pep you, brings you up. you know what i mean? makes you feel wonderful inside. >> 13 people in indiana were killed in last friday's tornado outbreak. >>> in news of the world, in columbia thousands of people clashed with police during a protest to demand better public transportation in bogota. macked demonstrators threw rocks against buses yesterday and in turnery on the police used teargas and water cannons in an tome to disburse the protestors. today people were arrested and one police officer was injured. the violence followed peaceful demonstrations earlier in the day against the delays and overcrowding of buses. >>> and new this morning, former united nations secretary general kofi annan is in syria. this weekend he is acting as u.n. arab leag
Mar 10, 2012 6:00am EST
disaster area in southern indiana, ensuring federal aid for those who need it. several tornadoes ripped through the state last week, killing at least a dozen people. the federal aid, it includes grant for home repairs, temporary housing and low-cloos loans to help people cover property losses, and president obama also declared disaster areas in kentucky. >>> a scary moment for travelers in houston as lightning struck four different planes in the air. the faa said two of the fights had to make emergency landings shortly after leaving bush intercontinental airport two others were hit while flying near hobby airport coming in from atlanta. the faa is making sure the planes are in okay shape to return to the air. >>> 18 after the hour right now chuck is here to tell us about the split decision weekend. >> split decision? what do you mean split decision? all weekend long, we're splitting it in half. a saturday and sunday half. >> will today be colder? >> a little chilly outside for today. we're talking about how much warm ter it will be tomorrow, coming up. >>> welcome back. as you get ready
Mar 10, 2012 7:00am EST
, which you all have been reading about in indiana and tennessee and illinois we always get tornadoes and severe storms with hail etc.. there are a group of scanners that will go from door to door from state to state following the storm. we call them storm shapers -- storm chasers. travelers come seasonally depended on what the issues are. they will follow a disaster and the door to door and say things like i just repaired your neighbors's approved and i have some material left over. be happy to give you a discount on your repair for your house because i have got one more day that i am going to be here. if you can decide right now. there is this high-pressure sale, concerned that your going to make a deal right now. we did it for your neighbor. they are trying to give a number of areas comfort with respect to i have already been in your neighborhood at southern. we have seen people get on the roof and make damage so that they can ostensibly repair it. a lot of times the insurance company gets involved where they talk the person into signing of their ability to take the money etc.. it
Mar 10, 2012 7:00am EST
by a voter. you have had a voting irregularities by voting officials -- the secretary of state in indiana ran into trouble erupted to these issues. a photo id requirements will not stop this. this in some places is a solution in search of a problem. many states -- i am in new york today. we are headquartered in new york. in new york, everyone does not drive. they are more reliant on public transit to get around. so, if a person says doesn't everyone have a driver's license? now. everyone does not have a passport. if they do not travel internationally, they may not have a need and a passport is not free. since the beginning of this republic, it has been more the norm than the exception that people could present themselves, sign a sworn statement, and present themselves to vote. now, all of a sudden, in the advance of this 2012 election, there has been an avalanche of states. the truth there is a hint behind a curtain. there are those behind the curtain seeking to encourage legislators and states to pass these more restrictive voter i.d. laws, writing doppler legislation. -- breaking up regular
Mar 9, 2012 11:00pm EST
. >> caller: professor cramer, big indiana hoosiers ba-ba-boo-yah to you. >> it could be your year boo-yah. what's going on? >> caller: saw unemployment numbers unchanged today at 8.3%. i'm wondering how you think that would play into's symbol mww. >> okay, remember, mww apparently has hired a banker to put itself up for sale. i think that what will matter is the valuation of the franchise, not necessarily whether more jobs are created. i want you to look to paychecks. i want you to look to automatic data. and then unbelievably, can you believe this, cintas, how great that worked, 52-week high. that was my play for labor. if that pulls back, that will be a better move. how about rex in new york? rex. >> caller: hey, jim, how are you? >> not bad, thank you for asking. how about you, rex? >> caller: good. i'm just going to ask you about a stock everyone loves to hate. i'm asking about gmcr, green mountain coffee roasters. the introduction of starbucks k cup. we know starbucks is going to take a market cap out of gmcr. how much will starbucks take out of it -- >> one of the th
Mar 10, 2012 9:00am PST
state. illinois, indiana and kentucky, in fact west liberty we have new pictures now and video. we all joke about big brother watching but surveillance cameras are everywhere and sometimes the best pictures are what we have from stores like this. this is a pharmacist. notice in the distance that is the west liberty tornado, the ef-3 made its way on the ground. six fatalities in west liberty but a total of 11. you can see the debris. follow the vortex of the screen from left to right. we're looking at it from the south so it's moving west to east. 140 to 160-mile-per-hour winds. watch this garage door get blown over. near 200-mile-per-hour winds. that's why we get in the basement or an interior room like a bathroom where the piping in the balls helps sustain it and keep you through something like this but it's just amazing. i want to take you to hawaii real quick because this is another extreme story. heavy amounts of rainfall on all of the islands in staggering amounts. reports of 46 inches of rain. not 4 or 6, 46. we have video too. it hasn't just been devastating rainfall, it's been
Mar 9, 2012 7:00pm EST
in indiana appoint, and there's this question now, there's some inspector general activity centered on things close to the goff -- governor's office, and it's particularly some of the problems that people identified earlier about having the governor appoint somebody who then has to do investigation over the governor's office raise questions of partiality. that's a real issue. when you talk about -- we have a fairly complex nature between the inspector general, state board of accounts, and when you talk about false claims, i was going to suggest if you have a false claims, have a key element because as much as we like to think the investigations lead to this, nine times out of ten it's somebody inside coming to you explaning how, and so i think the fact of the inspector general doesn't have the resources, and in my office, they don't account for everybody else. there's some opportunity for people to come forward, and i think in the statute, and i think it's critical for all of the areas. >> and that's right, and then if you have a source of these cases, and you are prepared to do them, you can
Mar 9, 2012 5:00pm PST
is at the top of the agenda for the right wing lawmakers. how do i know? mike pence of indiana introduced count them three separate bills, three bills to ban federal funding from family planning clinics. anti-abortion activists like pence have framed these restrictions and these measures as cost-saving measures. yeah, right. that is where there is more than 1100 reproductive health provisions introduced across the country just last year alone. it's not their agenda. the ability for women to access contra shin and reproductive health services is being targeted in the most aggressive way we have ever seen in this country. it is more important than ever for americans to hear the voice of people like sandra fluke, she plays an important role right now. the right wingers, they can try to silence her by brow-beating her on cable. it isn't going to happen. she has her allies. they can't spin their way out of this one. as o'reilly says, he has no proof that the white house was behind all of this. give me a break. get o -- o'reilly never covered this story until four days into it. until he figured out r
Mar 9, 2012 6:00pm PST
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Mar 9, 2012 5:30pm PST
, we have a video report on recovery efforts in henryville, indiana, from public media station wfyi in indianapolis. all that and more is on our web site, >> suarez: and again to our honor roll of american service personnel killed in the iraq and afghanistan conflicts. we add them as their deaths are made official and photographs become available. here, in silence, are nine more. >> suarez: and that's the newshour for tonight. on monday, we'll look at the second of miles o'brien's reports from fukushima, where he examines the efforts to decontaminate the land around the power plant. i'm ray suarez. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. "washington week" can be seen later this evening on most pbs stations. we'll see you online, and again here monday evening. have a nice weekend. thank you and good night. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the
Mar 9, 2012 8:00pm EST
to door fraud that's still happening. >> unfortunately it is still very common. at the indiana attorney general's office we have seen all of these scams among the consumers that we are representing. one of the scams that is very common in our area partly because every year we face a lot of storms which you all been reading about in southern indiana and tennessee and illinois. we always get tornadoes and very severe storms with hail, etc.. there are a group of scanners that will go from door to door and from state to state following the storms. we typically call them storm chasers. sometimes we have a different group of scanners recall travelers that just come seasonally depending upon the issues are. but in the case of the storm chasers, what will happen is they will follow a disaster and go door to door and say things like i just repaired your neighbor's roof and i have some materials left over. i'd be happy to give you a discount on your repair for your house because i've got one more day that i'm going to be here if you can decide right now so there's always this high-pressure sales,
Mar 10, 2012 9:00am EST
a major disaster area in southern indiana ensuring federal aid for those who need it. several tornadoes ripped through the state last week killing at least 12 people. federal aid includes grants for home repair, temporary housing and low cost loans to mem people cover property losses. the president also declared disaster areas in kentucky which was also devastated by severe storms. >>> you've heard stories about disruptive passengers on planes but some american airlines passengers experienced a rambling and a distraught flight attendant. >> get out of my way! >> a passenger captured this video as crew members tried to restrain the flight attendant. it was departing dallas for chicago yesterday. passengers say the flighted a tent can't got on the loud speaker and started falk talking about mechanical problems, 9/11, and american airlines financial issues. she even told passengers the plane was going to crash. the pilot turned back to the gate as passengers helped other crew members subdue the flight attendant. >> helped restrain her. grabbed her arms. grabbed her arms. there were about f
Mar 9, 2012 11:00pm EST
, department of justice. and abby, the director of consumer protection in the office of the indiana attorney general. and with that i give you michael bloom, our moderator. thank you. [applause] >> thanks, and good afternoon. this panel, i suspect, will be very interesting and informative and let's get to it. we're going to talk about fraud directed at the elderly, and a natural question is, why do we have a special panel on fraud on the elderly? and there is research that concerns particular vulnerabilities that older folks have that make them more susceptible than others to certain kinds of frauds. and i'd like to start with betsy, about some of the research that the aarp may have done concerning those vulnerabilities and if you could give us those factors that make older folks more vulnerable perhaps to the frauds we have been talking abouted to. >> it's on. okay. i want to -- there are not a great many statistics about how many elderly are victimized but we know that elderly financial abuse is dramatically underreported. maybe 24 people are victimized for every one that is reported to an
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